Colonial display cabinet
Antique colonial display cabinet replica handcrafted of mahogany solid wood. Mirror back compartment with glass shelves enclosed by 2 glass doors on the front side. Plain simple structures glazed at the left and right sides.
- Sustainable wood from state-owned production forest
- Glass doors and sides, optional mirror back.
- Solid brass hardware and fixtures
- Overall dimension 105 x 40 x 140 cm. Custom size allowed.
Victorian glass cabinet
The colonial display cabinet is a Victorian antique furniture replica handcrafted of mahogany solid wood. Mirror back compartment with glass shelves enclosed by 2 glass doors on the front side. Plain simple structures glazed at the left and right sides.
A versatile display cabinet, a showcase for any precious items you love. Living room vitrine to show souvenirs you collected on your journey. A dining set storage in a dining room or kitchen. The colonial display cabinet will stand out in any room despite its size.
Our builder handcrafted the cabinet using harvested mahogany wood from sustainable production forest in Java. We select the best available mahogany timber for our furniture. Kiln dried and opposed to humidity to ensure the wood respond to the environment without cracking and warping.
Assembled with old world traditional furniture construction techniques and methods.
The cabinet contains 3 glass shelves lying on top of wood rails support inside the compartment. The back side inside the compartment covered with mirror fitted into solid wood frames with a central stile.
Both sides of the cabinet enclosed by glass panels fitted inside bead molding edge decoration structures.
Glass panels in solid wood frames doors
Two rectangular doors enclosing the cabinet compartment at the front side fitted to the structure using solid brass hinges to avoid corrosion. The doors assembled of plain frames with bead molding inner edges decoration. 3 mm beveled glass fitted into the doors frames.
Plain top side block foot
Solid wood top side with edge profile decoration enclosing the cabinet at the top. The board fastened to the top rails with wooden clips to allow the solid wood extracting and contracting through seasons.
The cabinet stands on the floor with a projected block foot decorated with top edge profile.